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Farm Closing at dusk, Sunday, December 9th

posted Dec 5, 2012, 5:30 AM by Steven Wolff   [ updated Jan 24, 2013, 6:08 AM by Steven Wolff ]
In order to preserve our selection of trees for future years, we will be closing for the 2012 season at dusk on Sunday, December 9th. Beginning on Saturday, December 8th, only trees over 10 feet tall will be made available for cutting.  
With apologies to those customers who perfer smaller trees or who may not be able to visit the farm by this Sunday, our 32 years of experience managing the trees on the farm leads us to believe that this decision will best ensure the long and short term viability of the farm.
We are humbled by your dedication to making a visit to our farm a part of your family's Christmas traditions, and we are making every effort to provide a bounty of beautiful Christmas trees to serve as the focal point of that experience.
This weekend will provide plenty of fun, with our friends from Notaviva Vineyard and Bluemont Vineyard on hand offering tastings of their local wines, cattelman neighbor Glenowen Farm will have their natural, pasture raised Angus beef for sale, and Finn's snack shack will be cooking up hot pretzels and hot dogs under the big green tent at the barn.
We have our complimentary hot spiced Rinker's cider waiting for you at the barn, as well as our fresh made on the farm wreaths, garland, local honey and a variety of tree stands.
We look forward to seeing you at the farm!
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